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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 March 1952

THE H-SU BRAND - Saturday March 29 1952 EDITORIALS.... r Swiuey (leueali Students tyav&i IctiiAe 9tactiue Next week Ilardin-Simmons will play host to the "West Texas Chamber of Commerce annual Citizenship Day. The idea has been floating around the forty acres that H-SU students are not going to have a part in the Citizen- ship Day activities. Large numbers of students are going to have active parts in the day's program the Cowboy Band the Cowgirls the Rangers the A Cappella Choir the Cow- girl Band and the Colts. It is left to the rest of the student body to take an ac- tive inactive part to be as hospitable as the H-SU tradi- tion as interested in the successful carrying out of the pro- gram as if it were all our own and as much in evidence as possible. If we are interested in the Citizenship Day our senior guests can't help but be interested too. -o- Afitit tf.aoli4.UneA.4. Freedom of the press will be at its best come Tuesday. Yes for that's the time the H-SU Singe April Fool...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 March 1952

pjr"p7Z $ " Saturday March 29 1952 THE H-SU BRAND P 3 tywi 1 .6 i; i y c v -y r r l i uBSHUpCaMBi'l VEj(u&ft NiKm Golfers Win First On Six Day Tour In the opening matches of a six day tour the H-SU golf team won over the Texas Christian Horned Frogs 5-1 in Fort Worth Monday. The following day the Pokes met the SMU Mustangs who hung a 6-0 defeat on the H-SUers. Joe Ed Black freshman carded the low score in the TCU contest with a 76. Billy Phillips and Carl Chambers each shot 77's and George Smith posted a 79. The Cowboys lost only one round to the Frogs this being a COWBOY NETMEN PLAY FOUR MATCHES ON TRIP With four matches in three days the H-SU tennis team be- gan jts spring schedule. Team members on the trip were Captain Carl Nunn sophomore from Sweetwater; Wayne Miller freshman from Plainview; Joe Steph freshman from Abilene; and Gene Adams sophomore from Monahans. Wednesday the Cowboys play- ed Southwest Texas State in San Marcos and moved to San Antonio Thursday to meet Trin...

Publication Title: H-Su Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 29 March 1952

THE H-SU BRAND Saturday March 29 1952 Baptist Student Union Sets Goal For Project A goal of $250 has been set by the BSU in order to carry out its major project this year. The major project is two-fold in nature. It consists of cooperat- ing with the Texas BSU summer mission program in sending stu- dent missionaries to some foreign field for the summer and also paying complete expenses of one H-SU foreign student to Ridge- crest for a week. The student missionaries and their fields of service already have been chosen by the Texas ' BSU summer missions commit- tee. They are Sam Canata UTMB to Nigeria; Jimmie Dee Hooten NTSC to Alaska; Bob Fricke Baylor and Arnold Griffin UCC to Cuba; Patsy Luna ETSTC Jack Hillman Lamar Ginger Moon SWTSTC Byron Braly Baylor Med Edna Selman Way- land and Norman Brumley Invincible Applicants To Have Study Course A two-night study course for summer Vacation Bible School applicants will be held Monday and Tuesday Truett Sheriff di- rector of religious act...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1952

THa lie SI NG E Foo to You Too . Volum .006517 Ounces Haxlily-Sinning Universally Apo Showers '52 Stepinson Collings Caught In Scandal Price 1 0c BERNEM LEAVES IT ALL FOR CRACKERS Sorrel Goes For Grahams The mythimatic.nl department head Prof Double Bubble Ber- nem has been offered a tremen- dous new job this week as chief mythmatician at the Nashional Cracker Foundashion he has said. According to what Bernem said he will be chief animal cracker counter at the foundation and it wil be his job to see that no more than two animals of each kind get put in each box. Of course he is still considering the position but the salary $2 a week and all the animal crack- ers he can eat may help him make up his mind. With the offer of the high level counting job Bernem said that he also got an offer for him to bring one of his cronies with him. Of course no more of the high paid posishions are open o to his buddy Vernie Sorrel. Vernie therefore has been given a crack at the job of graham cracker ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1952

!' i v E Sg Tuesday April V ISS2 rBQ '2 Neerly As Famous As Cow Band t V .S- WATCH US DO OUR STUFF proclaim five now Cowhand majorettes. Pictured left to right they are Mrs. Grouch Mrs. Martini Mrs. Monlhos Miss Frilly and Mrs. Mortis Riggers. Elected after lit- tle consideration the twirler swill take the place of the retired six gary mares. Mrs. Grouch claims she swung the election by refusing to put calls through over her switchboard until the caller pledged his vote his wife's vote his child's vote and his mother-in-law's vote. Mrs. Martini designed the pictur- ed costumes and Mrs. Month es worked out their twirling .patterns. Cpwband Renders Pieces New Majorettes Got-- Pardoned - Sinners University presented its county famous Cow- band in concert at Rose Out House directed by Prof. May Be Cured. The concert ooened with the jandQmuiff down4 the aisle on six gray mares playing "You Get No Beans With One Meatball." Caytarike Rules- No More Atoms! "We will fight to the last draw" q...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1952

Tuesday. April 11952 THE SINGE ! r-bi 5 1 7 ft sW' 'ISPllPPSHMHBBPPIBBMB f -iv' ""- k.1 ;: - 'mmmmmmssmmMmrMmr ' DAVIS CUP CONTESTANTS Walkion and Ridgidson baiilo it oui in the final round of iheir championship scrap. Walkton won the coveted cup and will fly to Tye io receive it real soon. Both boys were in good form ihruoul the louxney as the picture shows. HYNE HUNG HIGH BY IRATE SPORTS They Don't Like His Ethics At All An announcement released by a group of Texas- sports editors recently censured sports publi- city departments of several in- stitutions of higher learning for failing to furnish sufficient copy concerning their athletic teams. Sharp criticism in particular was directed at Ham-Strung University- of vKey City Texas. The situation- at H-SU was noted in particular because the school had evidenced a sharp decline in the volume and quality of sports stories during the past two years according to the editors. A special interview with H-SU sports publicity diretcor Jorge ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 1 April 1952

1 " . ' i- . 1 Prnf-'A THEIMpp- rTflrfaT.AprJU U3 I . i w v p v ..- t Katty m: To Get Thermostat Will Save Energy And Honey It has just been announced that Abi Lean hall will receive an automatic thermostat for a cer- tain teacher has been waisting too much energy raising and low- ering windows. "In .tills way" quotes Dr. Katty B. "I will know a head of time how heavy my clothing for the day shall be and also my energy will be more suf- fishant for gitting my daily Dr. Peppers." Dr. Katty B. has also brung up before the Hardened Seaman's Trust Eee Bored that the stage is in despUrate need of an auto- matic heeter. In her last -Hickory Street production "Death Takes a Doll-a-day. one of her finest Browday actors Mr. Gillis Wiffin was almost too ill. to go 'Hasn't Caught Single Man' Kink Protests Men Around Cute Lil Girls Mauda Imma Kink dean of wimmen at Havin-Sippus U. has just placed an order at Cullur cooler air conditioning company for the new reveloutinacy fans to be installed i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 April 1952

SjicuuI VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS. SATURDAY APRIL 5 1952 NO. 26 800 High School Seniors Here ED GOSSETT . 'free enlerprise' Founders Day is April 17; To Feature Panel Discussion Featured on the chapel pro- gram of Founders Day April 17 will be a panel discussion by three alumni of Hardin-Simmons and three students of the univer- sity moderated by Wayne Evans president of the Ex-Student As- sociation. Coming in for discussion by the panel will be the founders and history of Hardin-Simmons how education at Hardin-Simmons can help in a profession after college and what is the Ex-Student Association and what is its place in campus life. Representing the present stu- dent body in the panel discus- sion will be Warren Goff Mina P. Matthews and Bill Hill. As alumni representatives will be J. Youth Revival Workers Attend State Conference H-SU students interested in do- ing summer youth revival work recently attended a State Youth Revival Clinic at Mt. Lebanon. The clinic was conducted by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 April 1952

Jfff-1 THE H-SU BltAKD Saturday. April 5 1S52 Utile Man On Campus by Bihei . . . . .... .-... EDITORIALS.... . a 14& and Out Que&U The "WTCC Citizenship Day is bringing to the Ilardin- Simmons campus an amazing collection of exports in nearly every vocational field. Though this program was designed primarily for high school seniors these experts will probably have quite a bit to say that would be of interest and information even to university seniors. Maybe we can share in the vocational program while we are sharing our campus and our facilities with our guests. Our guesjts would probably think more of our campus life if some of us showed up in the vocational conferences and we could probably get something from the experts to add to our knowledge of our chosen profession or vocation. Gultamauf Aat Aeceddany It's customary to give a written welcome to guests on the forty acres such as those here for the West Texas Chamber of Commerce Citizenship Day. It's customary but this t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 April 1952

Saturday April S. -1S52 THE H-SU BRAND se 9 Diamondmen Meet Sox In First Home Contest nHHMVv vBkrflk "W'Tw M THE BALL By JACK BALL Brand Sports Co-Editor ONLY A FEW GOLF FANS made it out to Abilene Country Club Monday to watch the H-SU-Baylor match. For those who did f not make it we can say that they missed a good exhibition of golf. They also missed some nice sunshine which we have had up until this time very little of. FRIDAY AFTERNOON AT BLUE SOX STADIUM the Cowboys were to have played the first home baseball game. Coach Grba hopes that his team can make a good showing this year and especially did he want to do so against the pro's. Ase yet to our knowledge none have made arrangements for transportation to and from the ball park. However this should not keep the fans away because there will be plenty of people with cars going to each of the home games. Just look for a ride and be there each time! THE TEAM IS BEGINNING to show results of good workout weather. Grba has taken advan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 April 1952

I THE H-SU BRAND Saturday April 5 1952 h Golfers Win Two On Six Day Tour WL iMMiA-Ays n ii Cm ill wi ii o I a BBBBBBWBBBxPVP"BBX':::'X' 1PBBBI1Bm:BmJBHKiHgBB'1BBml H-SU TRACKSTERS arc pictured 'above with Coach Bill Scott. Members have participated in the Border Olympics Southwest Recreational and Track Meet and a triangular meet with Texas Tech and New Mexico. Although hampered by injuries the team is in Austin this week and participating in the Texas Relays Friday and Saturday. Milers Ray Bingham and Doyle Brunson both are out with injuries. Trackmen Score 19 Points In Tech's Triangular Meet The H-SU track team scored 19 points to finish third in a triangular meet in Lubbock last Thursday! Texas Tech won by winning ten first places and piling up 92 points followed by New Mexico with 60. Freshman Jim Vaughn led the Cowboys by winning second in the javelin throw and third in Cowboy Band Banquet Set For Drake Hotel "April in Paris" will be the theme of the annual Cowboy Band banquet ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 April 1952

THE H-SU- BRAND Pf i In Carl Myers Arena Rodeoers Laying Plans for Show 4 E Saturday April 5 1952 1 I I II I TJ v J t STRONG CONTENDERS IN NIRA rodeo competition are the members of the Hardin-Simmons rodeo team. Directed by Bill Ledbetter business manager of the university the team is entered in the Texas A&M rodeo this week-end. Standing are left to right Bill Murry Joe Chase present leader in NIRA bronc riding; Bill Guest president of NIRA; and Ledbetter. Ben Everett David Rushing and Eldon Dudley are the front row men who complete the team. The Hardin-Simmons rodeo has been scheduled for April 24-26 at Carl Myers Memorial Arena north of the campus. Chapel Program to Introduce Dr. James Greer's Biography Introduction of "Colonel Jack Hays" a biography of the re- markable Texan written by Dr. James C. Greer chairman of -the history department will be made in chapel exercises Tuesday. Featured on the program will be an introduction by Dr. Rupert N. Richardson "San Jacinto Day an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 April 1952

Fy' THE H-SU BRAND Saturday April & 1152 J-4. seEaR !XKfe5iWiEiaEiaEiaElaEiaEiaEiaEiaM Hn EfaVflHiiEiaVBEiaEaEiaEiaEiaEiaEiaH nralXill J 'JllKPsEiaEiaHBaEiaEiaEaEiaH BEfeY ?NK$ar 'ive&EaEREaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaH HP3liBi nBEaEaEaUEaEaEaEaEaEaEai b jeW 't7riiEaEEaEEaEEaEEalEEawllEaEEMi iRyiaS HMH BliiBflBBllalB EEaEaEEaEEaEEaEEaEEaEEaEEaEEaEEaB HhbH'wbR IHjII BBHHHppWh ' i' fill iHBr ' I TaEEaT aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaE aaaaaaMEsssaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaM BaaaaaaaKSaaTsSEEEEaaBE aaaaaHdSSSSSSSSf? fsSSSSSE (T"HNHnHMHIHHMMHnHHH BaaaaaaaelaaVaaaaaaaaF aaaaaaBBEaaaaa JmHH AN OLD FASHIONED HOEDOWN is being offered by Willio B. and ihe Boys from C-P in the above picture. Composed of H-SU alhleies ihe band has to use a platoon system to meet its many engagements. Shown above left to right are Bill Davis Jim Riddle Jake Collins Sherry Nail Travis Kelley and George Miser. The music makers will provide entertainment for the Rodeo Associa- tion's booster trips this month. They are scheduled to appear on...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 April 1952

THE H-IU BRAND Pmr Plane SwweyUiCf Qoad 4?0 fyatonekl Haticiiete i Saturday April 5 1S52 t i HHMrT 4 ' ? J'l igt v' - Zji'v ' . iv. iv PLANNERS FOR THE FOLDER for the Texas Music Federation convention guests are Norma Cook and James Gleason. Miss Cook made up the folder which describes the School of Music and Gloason designed the cover for the booklet. The two are shown with work of the art department mainly emblems for various campus organizations which the department has designed. The booklet for the Texas Federation in addition to carrying something about each department in the school also is illustrated with pictures of teacher and student from the different fields of music offered at H-SU. Music Federation Sets Convention in Abilene The Texas Federation of Music convention will meet in Abilene and on the Hardin-Simmons campus in part April 17 through 19. The convention with headquar- ters at the Windsor Hotel will meet also on the campuses of ACC and McMurry in addition to the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 5 April 1952

tog TKK H-MU MUUtD gturday April S lKt Pat Beasley George Owens To Be Wed Sunday In Anson First Baptist Church Pat Beasley ll-SU junior and George Owens of Anson will be united in marriage Sunday at 6 p. m. in the First Baptist Church of Anson. The two will be wed in a dou- ble ring ceremony. A reception will follow the wedding at the home of the bride's sister Gerry Farnsworth. Serving Miss Beasley as at- tendants will be Mrs. Farnsworth as matron of honor Nancy Ro- berts H-SU senior as brides- maid; Rusty Stewart Schwenson H-SU graduate as bridesmatron; and Doris Burton as bridesmaid. Billy Bob O'Brien H-SU stu- Liffe Service Band Buys Pontiac Station Wagon A new Pontiac station wagon has been bought by the Life Service Band Truett Sheriff di- rector of religious activities an- nounced Wednesday. It will be used for smaller groups and longer trips. The purchase of the new station wagon will not do away with thej Old JLiiie service .Dana dus u will continue to be in use for shorter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 April 1952

Edition t Suutd rt VoL XXXVI H-SU ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. APRIL 19 1952 NO. 27 Freshman gstgZ )' u A FRACAS WEEK TO BEGIN MONDAY mmmwmmmmS&?& XAVIER CUGAT orchestra and Chihuahua PUBLICATION POSTS OPEN TO APPLICANTS Applications for editorship of student publications may now be submitted Eugene Schooley chairman of the publications board announces. Students are to present their applications by Wednesday at the journalism office he adds. Applications for editorship of the Brand the Bronco and the Corral will be accepted and also application for business manager of the Brand. Those interested in positions should see Schooley for full details of application. Yearbook Arrives On Time; Distribution Begins Friday '- - ' v?'& " 3'! l5 t 'Jiff H " m 4"' $ Am h - ' ' ' 'A w ' ' life & y f - ; ;L )1 f'W"mmmiMW4m ' ' hi: mMmmmmmmmm : .CO MUr ' 'fmmmmmttttm i THE FINISHED PRODUCT is displayed by Joan Handel editor of the Bronco as she shows off the year book for 1952. Distributi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 April 1952

2 THE H-SU BRArfD Saturday April 19 1952 EDITORIALS.... -K Same fyat All It is the opinion o many students especially freshman girls that all womens' dormitories on the campus should abide by the same rules and regulations and receive the same privileges. Some freshman girls on the campus have the privilege of studying at the library after 8 p. m. while others do not. This privilege if not abused could be very advanta- geous to the student especially when there is work to be done on research themes. Most freshman girls realize that many of the privileges of upperclassmen cannot be extended to them but believe that there should be no difference in rules regarding freshmen. B. B. fyoJimen. KJIS14 Announce Afam Walking On SUotit Waue (laiia Ever since there has been a meeting of students and teachers students have made mental or oral evaluations of those teachers. Soon we are going to have the opportun- ity to avaluate our teachers legally. Under the present plan students will be given...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 April 1952

Saturday April 19 1S52 THE H-SU BRAND Vat 9 K n' i SPIC and SFAMM By EDDIE SPANN WELL IT LOOKS LIKE A GREAT COWBOY basketball team is in the making as Coach Bill Scotttt keeps building his team from year to year. Coach Scott is expecting about 15 freshmen to visit the forty acres and audition for the Cowboy five between now and graduation. He has boys coming from six states which means that he will get a wide variety of basketball talent. Last Tuesday a boy from Indiana visited on invitation of Coach Scott. Although we have only three seniors graduating from the varsity these freshmen should strengthen the team. ALMOST ANYWHERE YOU LOOK around West Texas you can find an ex-H-SU man in a coaching position. Take a glance at Rotan where John (Model T) Ford star passer for the Cowboys in 1950 is now head football coach. And just last week Brooks Allen an- other backfield man at H-SU and wingback while Model T was quarterback joined Model T as assistant coach. These two football coaches ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 April 1952

i.. iiWWH mtim IJwa THE H-1U BRAND SahmUr. April 19 1952 Diamondmen Drop Three In Pre-Holiday Contest The Hardin-Simmons Cowboy baseball team ended their pre- easter holiday games being de- feated in three games at the hands Df the professional Abilene Blue Sox St. Mary's and Brooke Army Medical Comets of San Antonio. The Abilene -Blue Sox defeat- ed the Cowboys April 4 in Blue Sox Park 5-2. Two unearned runs in the fourth inning and another in the seventh accounted for the 5-2 Blue Sox victory over the Cowboys. Covert Ward Pitch Cowboy pitchers Jim Covert and Norman Ward had the Blue Sox on their hips except for the two scoring innings. The Blue Sox got four hits in four innings off Covert. Ward gave up three hits in the last four innings. All seven hits were singles. Manager Hack Miller used two rookies on the hill for the Blue Sox. The Cowboys collected five safe blows. Kenneth Harrington was tagged for three' hits and one run in the first five innings. Joe Williams gave up three...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The H-SU Brand — 19 April 1952

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